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Lecture: But I tell you

Professor Kurt Schubert gave this lecture in Eisenstadt on 7 April 1987. The notes refer to the relationship between Jesus and the Pharisees; religious parties are briefly characterised.


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Lecture: Christianity and Judaism

These notes are for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave on the relationship between Christianity and Judaism on 26 March 1992 in Mauer. They outline three basic points on the similarities, differences and the relation between the two.


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Lecture: Christianity and Judaism in Vienna and Austria before the 1848 Revolution until the Occupation on March 11, 1938.

Kurt Schubert’s lecture Christianity and Judaism in Vienna and Austria before the 1848 Revolution until the Occupation on 11 March 1938 outlines the course of Jewish history. From the beginning of the 19th century the Jewish community grew from a small and tolerated entity into a pluralistic and prospering part of society. Professor Schubert pays special attention to anti-Semitic trends by showing texts published during those decades, thus giving the listeners a better grasp of Austrian history between 1848 and 1938. The lecture ends with the rise to power of the National Socialists in Austria and its consequences. Handwritten comments on the bibliography of the text, as well as keywords can be found attached.


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Lecture: Christianity and Judaism throughout the ages

This lecture was given in the winter semester of 1978-79 and this is Professor Kurt Schubert’s manuscript in full. The author gives a comprehensive overview of the history of relationship between Jews and Christians. Beginning with the anti-Jewish polemics in the New Testament, Professor Kurt Schubert goes on to discuss the developments in the Middle Ages and in the modern era. The last part of the lecture addresses Zionism, the National Socialist period and the Shoah.


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Lecture: Criticism of Bible Criticism

Professor Kurt Schubert gave this lecture to the Association of Catholic Students on 18 April 1972. It discusses the methodology of biblical studies.


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Lecture: Current Polemics about Jesus

Professor Kurt Schubert gave this lecture on 5 February 1972 about the theological criticism of Jesus, as expressed by contemporary authors.


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Lecture: David, King of Israel

These are notes for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave during the WIZO (Women's International Zionist Organisation) in Vienna on 9 May 1974. The author interprets and summarises the text sources, thus analysing the figure of David in the Tora, providing an overview of the history of David in the Tora, followed by a summary of the figure of King Salomon.


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Lecture: Demythologizing and the Church’s Identity Crisis

These notes are for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave in Vienna on 18 September 1978.


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Lecture: Did Jesus found the Church?

Three lectures by Professor Kurt Schubert on the same topic can be found in this E-book. The first version ‘To what extent did Jesus found a Church?’ was presented during the Vienna International University Courses on 21 April 1994. The second version ‘Did Jesus found a Church?’ was held in Vienna on 14 November 1980. A third and undated form has also been attached. All three lectures are about the birth of the Church and early Christianity.


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Lecture: Early Judaism and its Influence on the Community of the New Testament

These notes are for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave in Goslar on 12 February 1972. The keywords refer to the relationship between Judaism and early Christianity.


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Lecture: Ecumenical and Pastoral Aspects of Critical Bible Studies

These notes are for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave in Vienna on 11 May 1984.


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Lecture: Faith and History: The Relevance of Historical Events for Faith

These notes are for a lecture given by Professor Kurt Schubert on 18 July 1970, where the author discusses the connection between historicity and faith.


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Lecture: Faith and Knowledge

These notes are for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave in Vienna on 26 November 1984. The author deals mainly with the period of the Middle Ages and discusses several Jewish scholars.


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Lecture: From Race Hatred to Genocide

All that is known about this lecture is that it was held in Vienna. Professor Kurt Schubert discussed 20th century anti-Semitism and publications promoting it, as well as the ensuing policies of the National Socialists to exterminate Jews.


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Lecture: God’s Love for Israel

These notes are for the lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave on 9 September 1983 in Vienna. The authors addresses the subject of God’s love for Israel with sources from the Tora, as well as Rabbinic texts.


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Lecture: God’s People and Community in the Old Testament

This lecture was given by Professor Kurt Schubert in Zwettl on 10 July 1969 on the 14th summer conference of the KAV in Austria. The lecturer discusses various topics in the Tora, with reference to Israel’s election.


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Lecture: Good Friday and its Consequences

Professor Kurt Schubert gave this lecture in Vienna, on 22 September 1997. Some of the notes were also used for a lecture entitled ‘Church and Judaism, Mutual Misunderstanding and Ecumenical Communion’ in Neuwaldegg, 20 October, 1997.


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Lecture: Hellenistic Influences in the Art and Literature of Late Jewish Antiquity

These notes were for a lecture Professor Kurt Schubert gave in Eisenstadt on 2 June 1972. The author concentrates on a summary of the history and discusses the situation in Alexandria, with the example of Philo of Alexandria, for instance, and the position of the Rabbis.


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Lecture: History of Austrian Judaism

Professor Kurt Schubert’s lecture notes on The History of Austrian Judaism cover the period from the first known medieval sources to post-Second World War. In addition to a comprehensive overview, Professor Schubert places personal emphasis on certain aspects, such as anti-Semitism in the Catholic Church or the Vienna Gesera (the persecution of Jews in Vienna in 1421), for which there are many literature references in the handwritten notes. Despite the vastness of the time span, his analysis of the sources is precise and enables his listeners thorough academic access to the various periods.

The lecture can be divided into ten units with several inserts and source texts. These lectures were held by Professor Schubert from the winter semester 1971-1972 to the year 2007 in a four semester cycle. Professor Schubert was thus the first person to lecture on Austrian Judaism since the National Socialist period in Austria. For many listeners his lectures were the first contact with Jewish history; he thereby set the standard for further work in this field at Austrian universities.

The present body of texts covers the original text of Emperor Friedrich II’s Jewish Edict for Vienna, 1238, as well as Duke Friedrich’s 1244 Jewish Edict for Austria. This material also contains a short text from the Studia Judaica Austriaca, vol. 1: Judaism in 1848, the year of the Revolution. Eisenstadt: Roetzer, 1974, entitled: Der Gefallenen (To the Fallen).


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Lecture: History of Judaism, Part 4.

This lecture was given by Professor Kurt Schubert in the summer semester of 1971. The author discusses the history of Judaism in the modern era, beginning with the Enlightenment. The author treats subjects such as court Jews, Messianism, with reference to Jakob Frank or Sabbatai Zvi, and Hasidism. He also concentrates on the anti-Semitism of the age. Political developments such as the Patent of Tolerance are also addressed. The detailed outline also refers to developments in the modern age, in particular to the NS period and the Shoah. Hartwig (Napthali) Wessely’s text Divrei Shalim we-Emet was also used for the lecture, but has not been uploaded here.


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